TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Wednesday, August 28, 2002
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Howdy Week

RHA Wild Night is the newest addition to Howdy Week. Its planners say it is another way for new students make friends.

Howdy Week

Photo Editor/SARAH MCCLELLAN
Mary Ruth Jones, administrative assistant for Residential Services, leads the crowd in the “icky dicky doo wa” cheer Monday at the all-sports pep rally in front of the Student Center.
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WANTED
New chancellor should continue growth
COMMENTARY

We are not ready just yet to wave goodbye to Chancellor Michael Ferrari.
Committee formed for chancellor search

A search committee has been established to find a new chancellor by spring 2003. The members will recommend candidates throughout the semester to the Board of Trustees.

Goals for year highlight Chancellor luncheon

Frank Montgomery may be indicted by county DA

Skiff has changed over time, but staff’s dedication has not

Vanilla Ice attempts career comeback in performance at TCU

Sports  
Hayter looks to win tailback job after transferring from Austin

For Kenny Hayter, the Horned Frogs can offer something the Longhorns could not — a chance to start.

Kenny Hayter

Photographer/SIMON LOPEZ
Junior Kenny Hayter looks to run away from the competition as the new starting running back for the Frogs.
STADIUM FEATURES NEW VIDEO-BOARD

A charity named after deceased alumnus David Bloxom donated $900,000 to build a video-board in Amon Carter Stadium. Bloxom played football and lettered in track.
     

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